NAMM: M-Audio release Liquid Cinema

A tool for producing music for films, TV and More.      16/01/04
NAMM: M-Audio release Liquid Cinema
Liquid Cinema - a whole pool of new sounds

This product, the fruit of a collaboration between composer Jeff Rona and M-audio, is a set of loops and samples that provide the basis of a composing palette for film and video projects. Liquid Cinema consists of the following volumes: Cinematic Ambience - beds, drones, pads and washes conveying space, size and texture

Cinematic Impact - massive hits and whooshes that strike the audience right between the ears

Cinematic Pulse - organic, tonal rhythms designed to get things moving

Junkyard Sessions - fresh percussive performances using found objects

Tabla Science - exotic hand percussion that adds global energy to any track

The Hollywood Players - Late Night Sessions cool, retro, “Vegas-style” drums, bass and keys

Press release extract follows: “Over the years I have developed a method of scoring for film, TV and records that keeps things fresh, interesting and cinematic,” says Rona. “I continually develop palettes of sounds and rhythms that I can draw from for the project at hand. Like a painter, they’re my palettes of colors before I touch a brush to canvas. I’ve collected many of these unique sounds—and created a lot of brand new ones—and put them together in Liquid Cinema. This collection delivers excitement and inspiration for film, television, commercials, music production, trailers and games.”

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